A dancer of 50 years and university dance educator of 35 years, Jung-ho NAM is soon facing retirement. As a woman who achieved social status and fiercely protected her individual identity as a dancer amidst those who perceived her merely as someone’s daughter, mother, and wife, she wonders what it will be like for all those years of glamor and fame to disappear and become a stone that rolls and wanders aimlessly. During this time, Jung-ho dances for eight days with teenagers and twenty-somethings who live outside the system, projecting her younger self onto them and forming a special connection with them as she shares her inner worries. While it appeared that they were all in a different time, soon enough they all became the same rolling stones together.
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PARK So-hyunPARK So-hyun
PARK So-hyun studied filmmaking during college and is currently studying film in graduate school, focusing on film theory. During this time, she has been producing documentary films and collaborating with teenagers on various filmmaking projects for some time. Recently, she has been awarded the NAWFF award from the 18th SIWFF for her feature film The Knitting Club and was also the recipient of the Documentary Award at the 2017 Women in Film Korea Festival.